1. State who the members of your group are and describe the task. The members of the group are 579430T, 972816H, 475745X and 536694H. The tasks will be teams and fixtures for the day which requires a team member to put a group of 16 students into groups of two for the event, and also have back up plans for the day. The second task is design and promotional material for the event which requires one or two members of the group to create a flyer to advertise the event and campaign the physical and mental health benefits for the participants.
Like paying a fee that would be lesser then paying a travel fee with the NTU vans that charge so much to pick students up at a given time. Using the Navajo Transit bus seems more cost worthy then taking the NTU van for a semester. Some students do say that the NTU bus is expensive to be riding and waiting all day for it to leave is a hassle. Most students just have one class or so, then have to wait all day just to leave in the evening at five o’clock. Will the up side to staying all day would be to do your work all day and get all your study time in.
Explain how you register your chosen proctor with the university (found in the student portal), and share an example and description of one person you might choose as a proctor. Once I register for a course with a proctored exam, I will have to click on “add a proctor” link, which is located next to the course I registered for. This link will allow me to fill in the proctor’s information. “Once this is done the proctor will receive an email from Student Services asking them to confirm their willingness to be a proctor for the student”. (“University of the people - student services,” 2016) One example of someone I would consider an eligible proctor is my pastor.
GTRI will be covered in greater depth in the section of this paper labeled Research Structure. Finally, the student affairs policy book includes coverage of issues impacted Tech students, including administrative student policies, the college catalog, graduate student policies, Student Government Associations, student sexual misconduct, academic honors, and missing student notification policy (“Student Affairs Policy Book,”
CAS100C Lesson 1 Assignment Lu Jia 1. a. According to Dr. Zarefsky, a rhetorical situation refers to a situation in which people’s understanding can be changed through messages. It has four basic components: the audience, the speaker, the occasion and the speech. A hypothetical example of a rhetorical situation is when a student (let’s call her Alice T) is running for Student Union president and is making a speech to emphasize her strengths and try to influence her fellow classmates to vote for her. b. Exigence in a rhetorical situation refers to an urgent problem that needs to be solved and an effective speech will address the problem and try to deliver a solution or at least bring awareness to the problem.
However, students are dropping out of theses out of school activities because of the lack of time. In Denise Pope’s research, she also mentioned that, “...spending too much time on homework [means] students [are] not meeting their developmental needs or cultivating other critical life skills… students [are] more likely to drop activities, not see friends or family, and not pursue hobbies they enjoy [because of homework].” This quote demonstrates how students are rather going to drop out of activities than drop their homework. The irony of this situation is, that in the long run, all of the extracurricular activities a student participated in, will give them more than all of the unnecessary homework they did. Take for example Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs dropped out of college and took elective courses that
People think this because of a number of reasons. Most people think uniforms stop bullying. Some people even think having uniforms reduces the amount of time students take to get ready. This can’t be true because uniforms don’t help with anything. Bullies find other things to talk about, and kids still take forever to get ready Uniforms take away students’ focus, rights, responsibilities, and cost way too much; which is why they should be taken out of school dress codes.
This framework will allow me to better understand “the complexity of students’ experiences with power, privilege, and oppression” (Patton, Renn, Guido, & Quaye, 2016, p. 31). During my undergraduate years at Loyola, I worked in the office of First and Second Year Advising as a Peer Advisor in the University 101 classroom. I taught a Bridge to Loyola course in which many of my students were first-generation students of color. Looking back on my experience, I now realize how I could have used the framework of intersectionality, or Critical Race Theory (CRT), in order to give these students a more meaningful classroom experience. CRT acknowledges that those in student development must “consider their own race and its intersections with other social identities […] as well as the social identities of research participants” (Patton et al., 2016, p. 28).
The school board is deciding to make our school a close campus. Close campus is when students are not allowed off school grounds. This is because students are late to class. There are pros with a close campus but there are also cons. I have many cons on why close campus is a bad idea.